It's the first time the luxury fashion house has presented an exhibition in the south-east Asian city-state, and it looks like they want to do it with a bang - along with all the other mind-blowing special effects you can think of. Titled Louis Vuitton Series 3, the exhibition caused a stir in London last month and looks set to do the same in the southern hemisphere.

Why the buzz? From the ultimate walk-in wardrobe EVER (think seemingly never-ending corridors of see-through glass closets containing all the LV pieces you could wish for) to interactive displays showing the makings of the house's accessories to life-size streaming of shows, Series 3 gives a rarely seen glimpse into the workings of artistic director Nicolas Ghesquière's mind. And man, is it full on in there.  

Louis Vuitton presents its first fashion exhibition in Singapore

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The exhibition centres on Ghesquière's work on the A/W '15 Women's ready-to-wear collection, giving the audience a total immersion into the Louis Vuitton world and offering a much broader sense of the entire process, from behind the scenes to finished product, than attending a show can possibly afford. The exhibition is free and will be open to the public daily from November 28 until December 23 at the South Crystal Pavilion at The Shoppes, Marina Bay Sands. 

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